Stick to It

Stick to It

by Tori Christie As I was driving back to my house recently, after my daily run, I noticed the stickers plastered on the rear windows and bumpers of several vehicles. Folks certainly like to adorn their automobiles with various messages, opinions, memorials,...
You Must Do the Thing You Cannot Do

You Must Do the Thing You Cannot Do

by Tori Christie There are days when I need to give myself a little pep talk, a nudge to recalibrate, to ward off cynicism, skepticism, and pessimism, and today is one of those days. My list of tasks is now more than two pages in length. While the rate of expansion...
Bless this Run

Bless this Run

by Ann Clinton I always trace my finger over it as I double knot the strings of my trainers in advance of a workout. It’s my prayerful ritual that sets me up for whatever is ahead. Some days it takes an act of God to get me running. Other days, I practically trip over...
The Unconventional Athlete

The Unconventional Athlete

by Stefanie Harper You have to start somewhere. 9 years ago, I began a journey that is anything but ordinary or predictable. The start of my journey can be credited, in part, to the exhilaration I felt after completing my first 5k. As everything else related to my...
See You On The Trails

See You On The Trails

by James Lensing Hi, I’m James. While I am new to blogging, I am not new to running. I ran my first road race in 2010. Since then, I have completed over 60 races (I know what you’re thinking– that’s a lot of t-shirts, and yes, it is) including 5K’s,...
It’s a Matter of Perspective

It’s a Matter of Perspective

by Tori Christie I had a friend in college who noted that his life was so much more interesting when he put theme music to his actions and activities, particularly the seemingly mundane ones. His perfunctory walks across campus could elevate from desultory commutes to...